MDC replaces the Design Support Library. This guide will show you how to migrate your codebase so you can make use of the new attributes, styles, and widgets. If you’re on MDC 1.0.0 this also provides the necessary migration steps to 1.1.0. Be sure to check out our corresponding video guide as well!
Given the popularity and success of Google Wear OS apps, we’ve decided to focus this article on the core aspects of the wearable app development process, discuss nuances that should be addressed carefully, as well as share our best practices on how to submit apps to Google Play Store.
When we work with types that can be added, removed, compared, or concatenated we end up with verbose code that we need to write again and again. In Kotlin, we can write more expressive and concise code for these types with the help of operator overloading.
Through droidcon Online, a new virtual community event series, we intend to keep on doing what we do best, which is creating a safe and fun space for the community to interact and exchange ideas and information.
ViewDragHelper is a utility class for writing custom ViewGroups. It offers a number of useful operations and state tracking for allowing a user to drag and reposition views within their parent ViewGroup.
Few months ago I had a penetration test project of a mobile application. I found an interesting vulnerability which made me capable of compromising any account in their system. I made proxy between the application and the Internet so I could intercept the requests and responses in the Burp suite